Next Free Upcoming Epic Games Store Titles Leaked!
- There will be 4 free games during this sale
- Grand Theft Auto 5 (May 14)
- Civilization VI (May 21)
- Borderlands The Handsome Collection (May 28)
- Ark Survival Evolved (June 4)
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YouTube Content Creator "LaffenGas" recreates the Minecraft Official Trailer with in 2020 with RTX!
The End of the Journey - The Beginning for Terraria: Journey's End Out Now!
This update has been a labor of love, tirelessly worked on by our team over a good while, and we truly feel that it brings Terraria to the next level, to a place where the core game can finally be called "complete".
From new ways to play the game to over 1000 new items to find and craft to new bosses to challenge and even a full-pass review of all content of the game for balance, graphic quality, and mechanics - truly, Journey's End has something for everyone. We cannot wait to see your reactions as you dive in to all that this update has to offer, and we hope that you thoroughly enjoy our gift to you. It has been an amazing journey indeed... but we truly feel that this end is really just a new beginning for the amazing world of Terraria.
So, what awaits you in Journey's End? In case you missed our advance Terraria: Journey's End Changelog post last Thursday, we have linked it below for your reading pleasure. Also located in today's post are where and how to report bugs as well as other important information that you may find interesting.
Check out the original article from Terraria by clicking (here).
Bye-Bye Mojang AB! Hello Mojang Studios!
TOOOT! Sound the annoyingly loud birthday alarm, because it’s Minecraft’s 11th birthday! To celebrate, we thought about eating a lot of block-shaped cake, like last year.
Then we figured, why not unveil a new name, a new logo, and the secret sauce that makes the entire machine run instead? While also eating a lot of cake? Much better! Let’s do that.
But why would we need a new name and logo in the first place? Well, why not? Humans like to reinvent themselves from time to time, so it’s only right that we extend the same courtesy to a company that’s been around for over a decade. I mean, would you still wear the outfit that perfectly defined your style in 2009?
Also, so much has happened since then! From our humble beginnings in Stockholm, we are entering the 20’s as a multi-title, multi-location company. Following Minecraft Earth and Minecraft Dungeons, we’re planning a feature film, preparing an epic live show, and playing with ideas for brand new games.
There are also several studios around the world, all part of Mojang. Which, in a stroke of genius, inspired our new name… *drumroll and birthday alarm blare*... Mojang Studios. Now, without further preamble, here’s the new logo:
While we grew very attached to the dragon/apple/candle/sewing machine sitting next to our name during our first decade of existence, the new logo is a perfect match for the next one. But we’re not here to tell you exactly what it is, or what it means. Just as with Minecraft, that’s up to you.
We will say this: play is at the heart of Mojang Studios. It’s the blocky backbone of our games, the core of our development philosophy, and even entangled in our name (which roughly translates to “gadget” in lovely, old-timey Swedish). And now, finally, it’s squarely planted in our new, modular logo.
But we have yet to reveal our biggest little secrets. They are hiding in plain sight – in this very blog post – as part of the new logo. Introducing: the Mojangs! These mysterious little gizmos are powered by play. They test and tinker, endlessly explore, and help us discover new corners of the Minecraft universe.
Not entirely sure you understand what the Mojangs are? No worries! We created this entirely straightforward and scientifically sound trailer to explain their origin, especially for you:
How about that machine? In goes a squishy pig and some fika, out comes a bunch of newly minted Mojangs teeming with creativity! If only they knew how to code, too...
On that note, a quick word of gratitude and reassurance: as we celebrate Minecraft’s 11th birthday, we’re reminded that none of this would have been possible without you, our amazing community. When we talk about developing new games, and find (or invent!) entirely new avenues for creativity, know that Minecraft and its community will always be at the center of our universe. How could it not? Just consider this: a programmer who recently joined Mojang Studios learned to code using Minecraft, and is now helping us inspire a new generation of players, creators, and developers.
That’s an ecosystem of play we couldn’t have imagined over a decade ago. Thank you for making it possible, and please join us as we continue this epic adventure!
Now, if you’ll excuse us, this quintuple-layer Creeper cake won’t eat itself.
Check out the original article from Minecraft by clicking (here).
Mojang AB the studio behind Minecraft is no more, now introducing Mojang Studios! new name, new logo, new trailer: click (here) to view the trailer.
Today marks 11 years of Minecraft! March 17th, 2020
#StayHomeAndPlay from Square Enix
To Gamers Everywhere:
In March, as the world was disrupted by the Coronavirus crisis, we were warmed by stories of communities banding together to support those in need. In response, Square Enix introduced a campaign called “Stay Home and Play” as our way to reward our loyal gamers for staying home and practicing social distancing.
We kicked off our campaign by giving away Tomb Raider (2013) and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris for free on Steam. Since then, we have continued to share other new free titles and to date, gamers have downloaded nearly 15 million copies of our games!
But we’re not stopping there. We promise to create more opportunities to download games from our portfolio, and only ask one thing in return - please continue to stay home and play, stay safe, and follow your local guidelines.
In addition to offering more free games, our Stay Home and Play campaign will expand to include more opportunities to come together and support one another during this time. Through a partnership with TikTok, our games will be shared as a part of their Small Gestures program.
We will also be introducing Stay Home and Play Steam bundles offering deep discounts on great games from our library with 100% of Square Enix proceeds benefitting Food Banks and other charities in North America and Europe.
Finally, we will partner with UKIE and other organizations to provide gifts of games to show our appreciation for the healthcare workers fighting the pandemic on the front lines.
As we said at the start of our campaign, gamers are part of a global community. We gamers regularly rally together online to return balance to fantasy kingdoms, recruit a team to save the universe from sci-fi threats, and indulge in healthy competition through high-octane action games. We are proud of the passion and concern our community displays and we hope that you will continue to support our Stay Home and Play initiatives.
To learn the latest information about all of our Stay Home and Play activities, please follow us on our Square Enix social channels at:
The Square Enix Team
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Sea of Thieves coming to Steam
Sea of Thieves has been listed on Steam and can be added to your wish list! Sea of Thieves offers the essential pirate experience, from sailing and fighting to exploring and looting – everything you need to live the pirate life and become a legend in your own right. With no set roles, you have complete freedom to approach the world, and other players, however you choose.
Check out the Steam page for Sea of Thieves by clicking (here).
PlayStation 3's RPCS3 Emulator now supports unlocked framerates
The RPCS3 emulator already offers PC gamers the ability to play their favorite PS3 titles at higher resolutions. Now with the addition of higher framerates, and PS3 emulators can now achieve higher framerates and sharper graphics than were ever intended on Sony's console, which is great news for PC gamers.
Check out their YouTube video displaying the potential of their new VBlack feature by clicking (here).